Listen up, Turn it down. Protect Hearing with Quota International. NOISE. TOO LOUD! TOO LONG! TOO CLOSE! . In each of these situations, NOISE can cause permanent damage to your hearing called NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS . Noise-Induced Hearing Loss.
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Listen up, Turn it down
Protect Hearing with Quota International
In each of these situations, NOISE can cause permanent damage to your hearing called
NOISE-INDUCED HEARING LOSS.
Noise that’s TOO LOUD can cause irreparable, permanent damage to hearing.
Noise that lasts TOO LONG can cause irreparable, permanent damage to hearing.
Noise that’s TOO CLOSE to uscan cause irreparable, permanent damage to hearing.
By the time children today reach eight years old, they have already lost hearing from NOISE.
iPods. TV. Computers. Radios. Video Games. Amusement parks. And more.
The damage to hearing is permanent.
Noise-Induced Hearing Loss is entirely preventable. LISTEN UP, TURN IT DOWN!
Our hearing apparatus is fascinating—and very delicate!
Hair cells inside the cochlea send information to the brain through the auditory nerve. These hair cells are very fragile and easily damaged by noise.
Watch the noise levels in your environment.
Anything above 85 decibels can damage your hearing.
And it’s permanent.
These children are wearing earplugs!
Turn down the volume
Keep your distance from noise
Wear ear plugs or protective ear muffs
Symptoms of Noise-Induced Hearing Loss increase gradually – from sound distortion to deafness.
A doctor and audiologist can determine if you or a loved one has hearing loss and recommend treatment.
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